On the anniversary of the Coastal Road Massacre of March 11, 1978, the P.A. Ministry of Education glorifies a female terrorist by naming a sports event for girls after her: the “Dalal Mughrabi Sports Festival.”
Belgium sends contradictory messages to the Palestinian Authority: It publicly slaps it with one hand and cuts off cooperation in the education sector, but caresses it with the other, upgrading its diplomatic status in Brussels.
The Belgian Ministry of Development Cooperation has announced that, "The glorification of terrorism or perpetrators of terrorist acts is not acceptable under any circumstances. Our country has repeatedly conveyed the Belgian position to the Palestinian Ministry of Education. As long as terrorism is glorified through school names, Belgium cannot continue to cooperate with the Palestinian Ministry of Education and budgets for school building will be suspended."
PMW exposed that Belgium had forced the P.A. to rename a school funded by the Belgian government due to it being named after a terrorist, but on the very same day, the P.A. had named two other schools in the same neighborhood after the same terrorist.
The Qalqilya Directorate of Education, which is a branch of the PA Ministry of Education, recently held the "Martyr Abd Al-Jaber Abd Al-Qader Khaled Volleyball Championship for Teachers," named after a Palestinian terrorist and member of Fatah's military wing, the Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades.
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